AHRC PhD Alumni Survey - March 2021
The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) exists to fund world-class, independent research in universities and the cultural and heritage sector that deepens our understanding of the world around us and helps to tackle the big challenges of our age.
We are proud that the AHRC supports excellent doctoral researchers working in the best research and training environments. However, in order to maintain our current level of investment it is necessary to understand the achievements of our previously funded students such as yourself. Data allows us to build a robust and compelling narrative to make the case for AHRC's continued support for doctoral training.
As part of our PhD alumni network we are keen to understand the work that you are engaged in and your employment experiences. We understand that there are diverse doctoral graduate journeys and timescales. We hope over time to build a more complete picture of what our alumni have achieved by conducting this survey periodically.
We have tried to keep the following survey brief and it should take no longer than 10 minutes to complete.
Any data you provide will only be used in an anonymised and aggregated form. This anonymised and aggregated data may be shared with the institution/centre where you completed your PhD. We will not contact you unless you indicate that you are willing to be contacted in question 13 of the survey.
We are very grateful for any information you can provide.